- International Nursing, Global Health
Languages spoken, read/write*:
English and Filipino, Cebuano
Locsin, R. (2005). Technological Competency as Caring in Nursing: A Model for Practice. Sigma Theta Tau International Press. Indianapolis, Indiana. (Released Philippine edition in 2007; Japanese translation in July 2009, second printing with revisions, 2013, Third printing with additional chapters 2015).
Locsin, R.C., Pepito, J. A., Juntasopeepun, J., Constantino, R.E., (2020) Transcending human frailties with technological enhancements and replacements: Transhumanist perspective in nursing and healthcare. Nursing Inquiry. November 07, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1111/nin.12391
Betriana, F., Osaka, K., Matsumoto, K., Tanioka, T., Locsin, R. (2020). Relating Mori’s Uncanny Valley with Generating Conversations through Artificial Affective Communication with Natural Language Processing. Nursing Philosophy. https://doi.org/10.1111/nup.12322
Pepito, J. A., Ito, H., Betriana, F., Tanioka, T., Locsin, R. (2020). Intelligent Humanoid Robots Expressing Artificial Human-like Empathy in Nursing Situations. Nursing Philosophy. (https://doi.org/10.1111/nup.12318 ).
Locsin, R., Dalanon, J. (2020). Healthcare Robots as Exigency for COVID-19 Pandemic? Philippine Journal of Nursing, 90(1), 11-13
The virtual world is challenging the definition of being human and being with other in contemporary nursing. Transcultural Nursing provides opportunities for relating with the other. With Technological Competency as Caring in Nursing (Locsin, 2005, 2016) the realization and recognition of humanness through virtual presencing and virtual communion (Maykut, 2018) is made possible.